Human Rights in the World Community: Issues and Action

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University of Pennsylvania Press, 1989 - Human rights - 376 pages
The editors have collected 24 articles defining fundamental human rights and describing varied approaches to their implementation. Introductory essays provide an overview of six main themes that are documented with both bibliographies and filmographies. Each article is also followed by valuable discussion questions. The topics selected demonstrate a progressive concern for economic rights and solidarity rights, with enforcement of political and civil rights by both supranational and national institutions. ISBN 0-8122-1283-5 (pbk.): $49.95.

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Contents

Questions for Reflection
28
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
40
MATTHEW LIPPMAN The Protection
65
Copyright

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Burns H. Weston is the Bessie Dutton Murray Distinguished Professor Law Emeritus at The Iowa University School of Law. Among his many writings, he has co-authored International Law & World Order: A Problem-Oriented Coursebook, now in its Third Edition.

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